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L'Hermione at la Rochelle /2
This matelot (French for sailor) is in what I think is 18 century working clothes and is putting a nice fresh coat of paint on the Hermione, not imprest with his modern day safety equipment :--)
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Keywords:L'Hermione, la Rochelle
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Date added:Mar 31, 2015
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Date Time:2015:03:31 22:19:12
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George  [Apr 01, 2015 at 08:44 PM]
Yes what a pity the 21st Century Elfin Safety got in on the act
And the paint roller
Nice shot though Steve.
JOHN  [Apr 04, 2015 at 09:55 AM]
He's on the same safety line as his pot of paint, might break his fall but he may be covered in paint.
A good candid, fun shot, well seen and taken, that's one of our ports of call next week, I'll see if he's finished
Photojunkie  [Apr 10, 2015 at 08:57 PM]
For a moment there Steve I thought it was one of those 'scenes' that they make with mannequins! Goodness what a set up! I laughed out loud imagining him and the paint bouncing around if he fell! Fab stuff!